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Old 09-21-2007, 07:13 AM   #1
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Default difference between tt01 and tt01d

ok so whats the difference between the tt01 and tt01d i know the d is drift spec other than the supllied wheels is there much of a difference i would like to race in the near future but for now am an avid drifter due to my inability to get to a track.

i'm asking for this info because my current elec rc drifter is very inflexible in the way of parts to the point that even non stock wheel cause problems so was hopeing to upgrade to the tamiya for a little bit more flexibility and the re assurance of a well known brand any info would be apreciated
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Old 09-21-2007, 07:24 AM   #2
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The Drift also has a heat sink for the motor, a Tamiya Sport-tuned motor, upper a-arms which can be adjusted for camber, as well as droop screws for the lower arms,oils shocks and soft(tuned) springs.
I thinks that's about it for differences.
Also altered foam bumper! pops to mind.

Hope this helps.
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